The First-Feed Study
Study on Fish Feed Formulation & Production in Mymensingh, Bangladesh
Simon's Cat: Feed Me!
Comparison Study of Maize Bran & Chickenmanure as Fish Feed Supplement
Study on Freshwater Snail (Viviparus viviparus, Linnaeus)
Feed Particle Size Versus Growth Performance of Broiler Chickens
The Feed Value of Sweet Potato Meal
Feed Restriction Effects on the Subsequent Performance of RIR Chicken
Barriers to Independent Study in First Year Undergraduates
First principle study on Strontium Magnates (SrMnO3)
Feasibility Study of Gabor Wavelet for Detection of Facial Expression
Morphology of First-Order Basins in the Siwalik Hills Nepal
Assessment of Heavy Metals in Poultry Feed, Body Tissues and Litter
Effect of feed restriction on chick performance
A Study Of Cutting Tool Characteristics
In the inland aquaculture systems, traditional aquaculture started shifting from the culture of piscine to non-piscine aquatic animals in Bangladesh. The present study was concerned with emerging culture systems of freshwater snail, (Viviparusviviparus) at the farmers level highlighting its potential to use in fish feed formulation. The study was conducted over a period of 7 months from May to November 2009 in Rupal Integrated Farm Chothrasia, MuktagachaUpazila of Mymensingh district. Emerging culture systems of freshwater snail, its collection methods, proximate composition of snail mixed feed and comparative economic efficiency of snail mixed feed versus traditionally used fish feed were the focal points under the present study.The pond for freshwater snail culture was rectangular in shape with an area 120 decimals. After liming at the rate of 1-1.5 kg/decimal, pond was filled up with water where compost manure was spread throughout the pond during noon. Then snail seeds were stocked. After 15days of interval, compost was provided to the pond for satisfactory growth and breeding of snails. The collection of snail from the culture ponds were carried out by the four methods.